All religions are essentially
All religions are essentially the same in their goal of developing a good heart so that we may become better human beings.
Religions must serve humanity, not the other way around.
We are not well equipped to be aggressive beings. Even the size of our mouth is very small. So I think the basic nature of human beings should be gentle.If the basic human nature was aggressive, we would have been born with animal claws and huge teeth.
All human beings come from a mother’s womb. We are all the same part of one human family.
In a family where there is love and compassion, the children will become happier and more successful human beings. Without love there is a danger of spoiling or ruining their whole life. Human affection is thus most influential for children’s development.
Human beings will continue to deceive and overpower one another.
Like when a human being, a god, and a pretaâ€”3 sentient beingsâ€”look at one bowl of water.
The unique Tibetan culture produces human beings with more smiles on their faces.
As a Buddhist monk, my concern extends to all members of the human family and, indeed, to all sentient beings who suffer.
I believe that to meet the challenge of the next century all human beings will have to develop a greater sense of universal responsibility.